Third time is a charm. This recipe is proving pretty darn fail-safe. Made Caprese with Prosciutto sandwiches for the fireworks on the 4th.
My second attempt. (First batch was devoured before photos could be taken) Surprisingly easy and just 2 hours from start to finish equals instant gratification (for bread, that is). Hands-on time less than 10 min. Used Paul Hollywood’s recipe.
my best sourdough. so far.
For the very first time, I have made what I consider a perfect sourdough, in texture/crumb and taste. Visually, a bit unruly, but I was thrilled. Have made a batch since, and it was not as good. I think I know what I did wrong, and will test it again and post my findings.
Otherwise known as Challah. My 9 year-old daughter asked that we bake it last night, and the store-bought dough was not what she envisioned. At all. So…homemade it was, and Julia came to the rescue with a delicious recipe.
sourdough. experiments in flavor.
Decided to deep clean my fridge the other day, and consolidate the condiments. There were far too many un-expired jars partially filled. What to do? Make bread. 🍞 🙂
Made a double batch and separated it into (3) loaves. Sourdough, dried fruit with cinnamon swirl, and olive tapenade.
Finally getting the hang of it. I have given up using the Kitchenaid mixer, and just mix/knead by hand. Much easier, and hardly any cleanup. The dough is painful to clean off the mixer.
today’s simple sourdough.
Per my daughter’s request for something more ‘normal.’ Apparently, the charcoal sourdough is on the banned list. No idea why…